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Cells’ garbage disposal may hold key to healthier life

by Mariëtte Le Roux PARIS, France – Autophagy, the little-understood method by which human cells dispose of harmful waste and unwelcome intruders, may

When is a coffee mug a donut? Topology explains it

by Marlowe HOOD / Mariëtte Le Roux PARIS, France – A topologist is a person who cannot tell the difference between

Music school hits right note for Kabul’s street children

by Anne CHAON KABUL, Afghanistan – Short and upright in his grey suit, Wahidullah enchants his audience as his fingers dance

Cameron University’s Annual India Night To Present Free Performance Of “Kaleidoscope: A Magical Bollywood Spectacular”

Cameron University’s annual India Night celebration will feature a free Bollywood performance thanks to a new two-tiered schedule. India Night takes place on

Medical Record Mix-Ups a Common Problem, Study Finds

by MELINDA BECK, WSJ Sept. 25, 2016 A patient in cardiac arrest was mistakenly not resuscitated because clinicians confused him with a patient

Harris County has highest rate of breast cancer diagnoses in women in Texas

YMCA offering FREE classes to cancer survivors to improve quality of life and decrease fatigue

HOUSTON – By far, Harris County sees the

Asian Chamber Gala Honors Local Business Leaders

The Asian Chamber of Commerce honored successful businessmen and women at The Spirit of Entrepreneurship Gala last week.

Winners were:

Entrepreneur

Navratri – A journey within one’s inner soul

by Meenakshi Bhattacharjee

“During Navratri, offer all anxieties, fears, worries, negativity into the sacrificial fire and be rejuvenated with courage, enthusiasm

Sugar Mill Elementary School to host annual Sparkler Fair, Nov. 5

 

FORT BEND ISD (September 26, 2016) – On Saturday, November 5, 2016, Sugar Mill Elementary School and the school’s PTA